Development Manager, Nonprofit Planned Giving

Job Type

Full Time

Salary

Minimum: $57,000
Maximum: $82,000
Details: Annual salary dependent upon experience + full benefits package including; health/dental/life/disability insurance, pet friendly environment, a fully vested 401k with a 6% match, PTO/vacation days, paid holidays and paid sick leave.

Published

08/28/2018

Start Date

10/01/2018

Application Deadline

09/30/2018

Address

Portland
Oregon
United States

Description

Scion Staffing (www.scionstaffing.com) has been engaged to conduct a high priority search for our client, a well known nonprofit in the Portland, Oregon area. This is a full-time Development Manager role intended to support organizational needs specific to Planned Giving.

 

If you have relevant nonprofit experience and a desire to work with a highly-motivated and mission-driven team please apply now! 

 

The Details

You will be working directly with the Vice President within the Planned Giving space. The Development Manager will play a key role in the growth of a well established planned giving program. You will be tasked with utilizing your knowledge in, wills, trusts, and estate planning strategies to cultivate and secure planned gifts. This is a strategic and hands on role that plays a major part in the funding the future of the nonprofit!

 

What you will be doing

Planned Giving

-Acting as the primary point of contact, responding to daily inquiries from existing and prospective planned gift donors and advisors.

-Maintaining the branded programs and planned-gift donor participants.

-Meeting or exceeding the annual goal of planned gift expectancies.

-Maintaining an existing portfolio of planned gift donors and prospects, including frequent meetings and mostly local travel.

-Participating in the design of enhancements to the CRM to record data, track and report planned giving donors, prospects and expectancies.

-Actively contributing to the creation of relevant deferred gift marketing materials including website and magazine content and educational outreach.

-Contributing to the overall success of the Planned Giving Program and Development Team by participating in events and fundraising initiatives.

-Utilizing volunteer time to leverage program efforts.

 

Stewardship

-Creating stewardship strategies specific to planned giving donors and executing these strategies for exceptional donor interaction and experience.

-Maintaining a regular schedule of donor visits and communications.

-Initiating regular communication with enrollees in the program to provide stewardship and to maintain, deepen and grow relationships.

-Ensuring estate gift and personal information for participants is current.

-Leveraging contacts to engage the donor toward broadening or deepening their commitment.

-Participates in stewardship events, communications and meetings.

 

The Future

-Collaborating with the Vice President to develop plans for increasing the pipeline of gifts over a short and long term basis.

-Helping meet fundraising goals by having a thorough understanding of and helping to promote Major Gifts, the Annual Fund and Capital Campaign efforts.

-Maintaining thorough knowledge of programs, finances and outcomes in order to educate potential prospects, professional advisors, and past donors about planned giving opportunities.

 

What you have to offer

-Experience and proven success with planned giving and advanced strategies within this space.

-Demonstrated success in developing and maintaining relationships with donors.

-Current knowledge within the areas of: estate planning, wills, trusts and tax laws.

-Experience working with estate administration or probate process is preferred!

-Knowledge and experience using planned giving software and SalesForce to track donor relationships is a plus!

-Willingness and ability to travel extensively (more than 50% of time and generally in the greater Portland area), to visit donors at external locations and maintain a flexible work schedule in order to adjust to donor needs or request; a valid driver’s license.

-Ability and willingness to work occasional weekends, evenings and holidays as requested.

-Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and

Outlook.

-Strong ability to perform at a basic or fundamental level in all areas of accountability and function effectively in a fast-paced, professional environment.

-High-level interpersonal verbal and written communication skills as well as a detail oriented mindset.

-The keen knowledge and ability to engage people such that others feel welcome, understood, appreciated and safe at all times.

 

Compensation:

An annual salary dependent upon experience + full benefits package including; health/dental/life/disability insurance, pet friendly environment, a fully vested 401k with a 6% match, PTO/vacation days, paid holidays and paid sick leave.

 

How to apply:

A resume and cover letter in MS Word (.doc or .docx) format is required for immediate consideration. Please email all materials to skparse@scionstaffing.com along with your responses to the below listed supplemental questions.

 

Supplemental Questions:

1. Do you currently require sponsorship or will you require sponsorship in the future to work in the United States?*

2. What geographic location are you hoping to work in? Do you have any geographic limitations or a radius you would like to stay within?

3. What specific annual salary are you targeting in your current search?

4. Why are you looking to transition out of your current employment situation into an opportunity like this?

5. Why do you feel you would be a strong match for a Development Manager role within the planned giving space in a nonprofit setting?

* We are interested in every qualified candidate who is eligible to work in the United States. However, we are not able to sponsor visas.

 

About our firm:

Scion Staffing is a top San Francisco, and Portland Oregon based temporary staffing agency and executive search firm, connecting leading companies and organizations with impeccable talent throughout the West Coast. Through our innovative team-building and staffing solutions, we bridge the gap in temporary staffing, as well as contract-to-hire employment, contingent search, and executive searches. The Business Times has recognized us as a top staffing from 2010-2017, and our clients return to us for a variety of opportunities.

 

Scion Staffing is an equal opportunity employer and service provider committed to not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, citizenship status, sexual orientation, disability, political affiliation or belief. We are committed to the principals of Equal Opportunity Employment and are dedicated to making employment decisions based on merit and value, for ourselves, our client companies, and for the candidates we represent.

Level of Language Proficiency

English - fluent

Professional Level

Managerial

Minimum Education Required

No requirement

How To Apply

skparse@scionstaffing.com

How to apply:

A resume and cover letter in MS Word (.doc or .docx) format is required for immediate consideration. Please email all materials to skparse@scionstaffing.com along with your responses to the below listed supplemental questions.

 

Supplemental Questions:

1. Do you currently require sponsorship or will you require sponsorship in the future to work in the United States?*

2. What geographic location are you hoping to work in? Do you have any geographic limitations or a radius you would like to stay within?

3. What specific annual salary are you targeting in your current search?

4. Why are you looking to transition out of your current employment situation into an opportunity like this?

5. Why do you feel you would be a strong match for a Development Manager role within the planned giving space in a nonprofit setting?

* We are interested in every qualified candidate who is eligible to work in the United States. However, we are not able to sponsor visas.


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